UCHealth :: Ask An Expert

For our next topic in our Ask an Expert series, UCHealth certified nurse-midwife Molly Yeoman will be answering your questions on low intervention births.

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Molly Yeoman, CNM is a midwife at the UCHealth Center for Midwifery and practices at the Anschutz Medical Campus and Lone Tree locations.

Molly began her career with a Bachelors degree in Nursing from Villa Maria College in Erie, Pennsylvania. She then completed her Master of Science in Nursing with a focus on perinatal nursing at the University of Colorado while working on the labor and delivery unit at University of Colorado Hospital.  

Molly moved to Rochester, New York where she worked in hospital administration and nursing education and received a postgraduate certificate in midwifery from Frontier Nursing University in 1997. Since then, she has worked as a certified nurse-midwife in community hospitals, large teaching hospitals, birth centers, as well as in midwifery education.

Molly and her husband Tom returned to Colorado in 2011. They have four grown children, three whom live in Denver and one in Washington DC. Molly and Tom enjoy live music, hiking, yoga and travel. Molly is thrilled to be back in Colorado and working at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital again with the Center for Midwifery.

The UCHealth Center for Midwifery has three outpatient locations throughout the Metro Denver area and delivers babies at University of Colorado Hospital. The Center for Midwifery is the only practice in the Metro Denver area that offers an in-hospital water birth option. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, please call 720-848-1700.